Handa's Surprise Animal AdjectivesQuick View
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Handa's Surprise Animal Adjectives

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A great resource to use when brainstorming adjectives that describe the different animals in the story “Handa’s Surprise.” Children are very quick to learn the names of the fruit and animals in the story but often struggle with descriptive words. I created this resource to extend the children’s vocabulary while completing our “Handa’s Surprise” Unit. There are two versions depending on the children’s ability. First, there is a set of boards with blank spaces for those children who find it easier to remember the adjectives. The other set of boards has the adjectives included for each animal so the children can match the card they pick. HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE: First of all, brainstorm with the children adjectives for each animal from the story “Handa’s Surprise.” Use pages 23-26 to support you with examples of adjectives for each animal. You can print, laminate, and have this at hand in the classroom for the children to refer to. Once the children are familiar with some adjectives for each animal, choose the set of boards you want to use depending on the children’s ability. Print and laminate the boards. Print, laminate, and cut the adjective flashcards on pages 16-22 Give each child a board. There are seven boards you could play with a group of 7 children or play in pairs, so 14 children in total. Have the adjective flashcards spread and placed upside down. Pick a card (or you could have each child pick a card) read the adjective. Whoever has the board with the animal to which the adjective chosen corresponds places the adjective on their board. The first child to place all the adjectives describing the animal on their board wins.
Animal AdjectivesQuick View
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Animal Adjectives

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A good activity to get children moving about hunting for adjectives indoor or out. There are two options it can be used for lower ability or higher ability. A fun way to get adjectives into the children learning making it active.
Animal Adjectives Resource PackQuick View
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Animal Adjectives Resource Pack

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These two resources can be used to support children in developing their speech, language and writing skills using adjectives. I start by using the Animal Adjectives Picture Cards first to do lots of speaking practise so that the children become confident in expanding their sentences verbally. Once they are successfully expanding their sentences verbally, then I encourage them to transfer this skill into their writing using the sentence building worksheets.
Harry Potter: Animals & AdjectivesQuick View
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Harry Potter: Animals & Adjectives

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This lesson covers different animals (some of which are not the most common but are suitable magical pets!), as well as adjectives. Following on from this presentation, students were asked to describe another two characters from Harry Potter and also draw and write about their ideal pet. Suitable for a higher ability year 7 Spanish class.
Animal Adjectives - Sentence BuildingQuick View
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Animal Adjectives - Sentence Building

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I use these worksheets once we have done lots of oral practice with expanding sentences using my Animal Adjectives Picture Card resource. The idea is they can make a list of nouns, adjectives and verbs from the picture to help them in expanding their sentences using adjectives. I usually suggest that they orally rehearse their sentence first, and they like to share their sentences at the end to see who has used the most adjectives. There are four sheets in total, each with three different pictures on.
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Animal poem unit Year 1

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A week of planning, starters and some resources for a poetry unit on animals. Focus is on using Year 1 suffixes and adjectives to describe.
German  KS5 Adjective EndingsQuick View
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German KS5 Adjective Endings

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A power point aimed at students studying German at KS5 to practise the declension of adjectives. The power point contains the three different tables for adjective endings: endings following the definite article, those following the indefinite article, and those after no article at all. The tables are displayed in an easy-to-read way and there is a ‘add the correct ending’ activity attached to each section. There is a final activity (which could be used as a test) where students are asked to decline a mixture of adjectives. All solutions are included and are custom animated so teachers can use the PP easily in lessons, and slides can be printed off easily. A useful resource if you want a quick activity to practise adjective endings- or as basis for going into more detail about the
Describe the animals with the adjectivesQuick View
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Describe the animals with the adjectives

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The pupils will have to fill in blanks with given adjectives. They need to know the adjective agreement rule and place to be able to do it. Pictures that I took in zoos will help them to choose.
Touch the Picture game with animals & adjectivesQuick View
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Touch the Picture game with animals & adjectives

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Powerpoint game - pupils compete to be the first to touch the correct picture when you/another pupil says an animal word or an animal + an adjective. No writing on the powerpoint itself so it can be used for any language. This resource can be used alone but also goes along with the other resources I've uploaded on animals - feel free to search for them!
Animal Adjectives Picture Card ActivityQuick View
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Animal Adjectives Picture Card Activity

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These cards are a great sentence building activity to help children practice expanding sentences using adjectives. Once they are confident expanding their sentences verbally, then I get them to practise transferring this skill into writing sentences. For example ‘The tall brown and yellow spotty giraffe was eating the delicious small green leaves.’ There are 18 different cards and I have successfully used these with both EAL and SEN children to help them develop and improve their writing skills, as well as with EYFS children to develop their speech and language.
Adjectives Animated Board GameQuick View
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Adjectives Animated Board Game

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Our regular board games taken to a new level! Each game includes 6 movable character markers that students can click on to move the character around the board. Every character move includes a sound animation. Regular topic squares trigger a theme sound and every “take another turn” and “loose a turn” squares trigger a unique positive or negative sound bite. This animated A Bugs Life board game was designed to practice Adjectives. Students move around the board and fill in the blanks, use photos or written prompts to practice the target language. The student that reaches the "finish" square first, or is the farthest in the game when time is up, Wins! This game can also be played with groups. Just separate your class into however many groups are necessary and each group can take turns passing the mouse between individual students. (Note: Use caution when moving characters in the bottom left hand corner of the game board. These moves are close to the presentation menu. If a menu item is clicked accidentally, just click the “back arrow” to return to the game without exiting and needing to restart the game. Backward moves for characters are not enabled in this game.) Be sure to download our free “Present Simple Tense with Yes-No Questions Animated Board Game-Angry Birds” sample to try one out. Try out all 19 different animated themes with your student’s favorite animated film characters for hours of fun filled learning. Visit our Website for Free Samples, Special Savings and Online English Classes: eslfungames.com
Spanish Teaching Resources: Colours & Adjectives To Describe Pets/ Animals.Quick View
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Spanish Teaching Resources: Colours & Adjectives To Describe Pets/ Animals.

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This PowerPoint presentation presents adjectives (mainly colours) to describe pets. Vocabulary presented: amarillo/a, atigrado/a, azul, blanco/a, dorado/a,gris, marrón, negro/a, rojo/a, verde, grande & pequeño/a. The first slides have the phrase and a picture. Use this to elicit the pronunciation, the English and to drill. The next section of slides have multiple choice questions. The final slide has pictures of all the new vocabulary where you can pounce on unsuspecting students and ask ¿Qué es? This slide can also be used for a Beat the Teacher game, which the students love! (as can slide 14) The teacher points to a picture and says a word. If it is the correct word the students all repeat it. If it’s the wrong word the students must stay absolutely silent. If they do, they win 1 point. If not, the teacher gets 1 point. Most points wins! Enjoy!
Italian/ animals and gender of adjectivesQuick View
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Italian/ animals and gender of adjectives

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Dear Reader, This Lesson aims to have students working on their knowledge independently or with a teacher/ adult while developing their writing ability. All lessons are fully interactive! it means that solutions are provided with just a click. All lessons have a same-model structure to get the students taught in a coherent manner, and always understand where they are at in their learning: This lesson targets your ability to talk about animals and conjugating adjectives; it improves knowledge of food and ability to ask. Homework is provided. This work should be ideal for a supported year 2 student as well as independent adult learners. The lessons are super easy learning and can be taught by a teacher or any adult with a minimal knowledge or self taught by somebody that is just approaching the subject. Please, it is very important that you leave a review, you can contact also us by mail or through our page for any further help. https://www.facebook.com/Private-Tuition-100699178652461 Regards Alessio Tes paid licence
Writing Prompts - animals with nouns and adjectivesQuick View
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Writing Prompts - animals with nouns and adjectives

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These are great prompt sheets of animals. Each sheet shows an image of an animal and has a selection of nouns and adjectives to provide ideas for writing. Enhancing a child’s vocabulary allowing them to magpie ideas to use in their writing. This can be used in literacy and cross curricular in the Science Topic animals including humans/Animals and habitats.
Spanish Colors Adjectives With Animals WorksheetQuick View
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Spanish Colors Adjectives With Animals Worksheet

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Students practice adjective placement and agreement in gender of Spanish color adjectives with animal nouns. A sample question is "green fox". Students are instructed to write a Spanish animal word under each of the 10 clip art images shown. All Spanish animal words are included for student reference. Common color words plus the 3 patterns of plaid, striped, and polka dot are used. The answer key is included. 2 pages
Superlative Adjectives Animated Board GameQuick View
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Superlative Adjectives Animated Board Game

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Our regular board games taken to a new level! Each game includes 6 movable character markers that students can click on to move the character around the board. Every character move includes a sound animation. Regular topic squares trigger a theme sound and every “take another turn” and “loose a turn” squares trigger a unique positive or negative sound bite. This animated Kung Fu Panda board game was designed to practice Superlative Adjectives. Students move around the board and fill in the blanks, use photos or written prompts to practice the target language. The student that reaches the "finish" square first, or is the farthest in the game when time is up, Wins! This game can also be played with groups. Just separate your class into however many groups are necessary and each group can take turns passing the mouse between individual students. (Note: Use caution when moving characters in the bottom left hand corner of the game board. These moves are close to the presentation menu. If a menu item is clicked accidentally, just click the “back arrow” to return to the game without exiting and needing to restart the game. Backward moves for characters are not enabled in this game.) Be sure to download our free “Present Simple Tense with Yes-No Questions Animated Board Game-Angry Birds” sample to try one out. Try out all 19 different animated themes with your student’s favorite animated film characters for hours of fun filled learning. Visit our Website for Free Samples, Special Savings and Online English Classes: eslfungames.com
Comparative Adjectives Animated Board GameQuick View
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Comparative Adjectives Animated Board Game

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Our regular board games taken to a new level! Each game includes 6 movable character markers that students can click on to move the character around the board. Every character move includes a sound animation. Regular topic squares trigger a theme sound and every “take another turn” and “loose a turn” squares trigger a unique positive or negative sound bite. This animated Flinstones board game was designed to practice Comparative Adjectives. Students move around the board and fill in the blanks, use photos or written prompts to practice the target language. The student that reaches the "finish" square first, or is the farthest in the game when time is up, Wins! This game can also be played with groups. Just separate your class into however many groups are necessary and each group can take turns passing the mouse between individual students. (Note: Use caution when moving characters in the bottom left hand corner of the game board. These moves are close to the presentation menu. If a menu item is clicked accidentally, just click the “back arrow” to return to the game without exiting and needing to restart the game. Backward moves for characters are not enabled in this game.) Be sure to download our free “Present Simple Tense with Yes-No Questions Animated Board Game-Angry Birds” sample to try one out. Try out all 19 different animated themes with your student’s favorite animated film characters for hours of fun filled learning. Visit our Website for Free Samples, Special Savings and Online English Classes: eslfungames.com
Adjectives / Expanded noun phrases and Adverbs PPTs with animationsQuick View
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Adjectives / Expanded noun phrases and Adverbs PPTs with animations

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Two power points 1. Adjectives (expanded noun phrases). Children improve the sentences by adding an adjective. 2. Adverbs. Children improve the sentences by adding an an adverb, and later an adjective as well. Useful as lesson starters or just for more practice. Fully editable so you can tailor it to suit the needs of your class. Please take the time to review this resource and to offer any suggestions. More resources can be found in my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Jazel